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Old 09-21-2006, 06:01 AM
Whatatay Whatatay is offline
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Default Audio Books Question

Can someone tell me how the elapsed time is displayed on the B153 as I want to use it for NetLibrary Audio Books. I was going to get an Cowon Iaudio G3 but it only displays in MM:SS so either the time displayed was weird or on some books it showed 00:00 and the progress bar never moved.

So for the B153 is displayed as

HH:MM:SS
MMMM:SS
MM:SS?

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Old 09-28-2007, 12:20 AM
steven65 steven65 is offline
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The MobiBLU B153's OLED screen displays a good amount of information. The following information are displayed on the screen when a song or audio file is playing:
- File format
- Play mode
- EQ setting
- Bit rate
- Battery indicator
- Folder name
- Song name (File name or ID3 tags)
- Volume
- Song progress bar
- Time elapsed or time remaining



- Play: Turns on and off the B153, starts/resumes/pauses songs
- LDB: When the song is paused, hit this key to display the clock. When songs are playing, hit this key to display the lyrics if song is tagged by Lyrics Manager. At any time you can hold this key to switch player mode (FM Radio, Line In, etc) When charging and playing, this button can also be used to display battery charge status.



Underneath the B153 is a Hold switch, and behind it a very noticeable lump sticking out, caused by its large 1600 mAh battery. You can slide the Hold switch to disable other buttons on your player, whether your B153 is turned on or off. In addition to that, when plugged in, the Hold switch can be used to choose between charge and listen at the same time OR charge and connect to computer. This always comes in handy!



You can set B153's OLED screen to get into sleep mode after a certain amount of time to conserve battery. Unlike LCD screens, you cannot see anything on the screen once the OLED screen's sleep mode is activated, so you cannot see any song information without hitting a button to activate the screen. In addition to that, you'll have no idea when the player is turned on or off by just looking at it. It would have been more convenient if there is a separate indicator of some kind (Eg. separate LED) to show that the player is turned on when display is off.
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